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Through meditation, breathing exercises, and the like. exercises a person is able to control the immune system, scientists have found. The nervous system is known to affect the immune system, writes The Times of India. Matthews Cox from the Medical Center Radboud University investigated this issue.
He became interested in Wim Hof, who fell into the Guinness Book of Records as person opposing the cold. Hof is able to take ice baths, and he climbed to the top of Kilimanjaro in shorts only. There is a “Hof methodology,” which is designed to reduce sensitivity to cold.
Cox gathered two groups of volunteers. One trained “by Hofu “, and the second was a control. So, the training methodology relied on swimming in cold water, lying in the snow, breathing and meditation practices. An inflammatory test was performed that showed: the training group showed less symptom colds.
Its members also produced fewer proteins associated with inflammation, and there was more anti-inflammatory protein interleukan-10. According to the scientist, a proven integrated approach It is worth taking on people with chronic inflammatory disorders like rheumatoid arthritis or inflammatory bowel disease.